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How To Use Strength Training To Reverse The Aging Clock

Posted on June 25, 2017

The 80s started the cult-like workout revolution we now know, with everyone picking up running and walking as well as other aerobic exercises. The heart is an important muscle to exercise because it essentially dictates the overall health of the body. However, the body's other muscles deserve regular exercise as well to keep the entire body functioning at an optimal rate.

It Can't Be Beet

Posted on April 8, 2017

Eating beets has always been considered a healthy dietary factor. These days, it seems that there’s a lot of information floating around out there in regard to the health benefits of beet juice. Here are some the things that have been written about this juice:

  • Beet juice provides incredible cardiovascular benefits that improve active function
  • Benefits of beet juice exceed expectations
  • Daily intake of beet juice promotes brain health in older adults
  • Beet juice lowers blood pressure
  • Beet juice boosts athletic performance by up to 16 percent
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How to Squat Like a Girl

Posted on February 7, 2017

Everyone should train the squat movement, in some form. The squat movement is as functional as exercise can get. You squat to sit in a chair or get in, and out of, a vehicle. You squat to the toilet. You squat to do lots of things. Like the book Everybody Poops – well, everybody squats. It’s a basic human movement pattern – one that can be trained, loaded, and progressed in numerous ways. …

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Should I Work Harder or Smarter?

Posted on December 4, 2016

Building a leaner body improves your health. Try and establish new habits ... Sometimes the solution is to work twice as hard. Sometimes the solution is to simply work smarter. Sometimes what you really need, is to do both. Smarter may mean being more efficient with your efforts. Or doing fewer things, but doing them better. Harder may mean putting more effort into your actions, spending more …